A twist on the buddy cop genre, Stuber will have audiences rolling in the aisles.
Spider-Man: Far From Home in 4DX is the perfect summer moviegoing experience if you can't visit an amusement park during vacation.
Yesterday is an utterly charming love story with a talented cast, and a good-hearted tribute to the biggest band in the history of the world The Beatles.
Jimmie Fails stars as an impoverished man trying to reclaim his grandfather's house in San Francisco's gentrified Fillmore District.
Director Jon Watts delivers quite possibly one of the best Spider-Man movies ever made with Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Spider-Man returns to a world with diabolical new threats, astonishing revelations, and a hint of romance.
The third Annabelle film is a terrible installment in The Conjuring Universe.
An American boy believes he's a Mongolian goat herder in the quirky and entertaining Burn Your Maps starring Jacob Tremblay and Vera Farmiga.
Director Lars Klevberg, with the help of Mark Hamill and Aubrey Plaza, attempts to breathe new life into Child's Play in a surprisingly effective remake.
Ari Aster returns with his follow-up to Hereditary, which is markedly different and a remarkably horrifying journey.
Indie auteur Jim Jarmusch delivers a star-studded snoozer in the politically charged horror comedy The Dead Don't Die.
Disney and Pixar achieve greatness again with a Toy Story 4 that is absolutely brilliant.
Samuel L. Jackson leads a new Shaft sequel that skewers millennials in a politically incorrect action-comedy.
The early reactions to Men In Black: International are not at all out of this world, as its Rotten Tomatoes score is on the low side.
Director F. Gary Gray's Men In Black: International serves as a fun revival of the sci-fi series.
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson lack the chemistry of their Marvel films in a forgettable Men in Black installment.
The Secret Life of Pets 2 may be Kevin Hart's funniest film, with the comedian starring as Snowball the rabbit.
Director Simon Kinberg ultimately delivers a mixed bag of an X-Men movie with Dark Phoenix.
Simon Kinberg's Dark Phoenix is a marginal improvement thanks to the First Class and Apocalypse cast.